Do you know who was the First Ghost Rider in Comics. Well technically Johnny Blaze is the first Ghost Rider who made his debut in 1972. But according to the comics he isn’t the first Ghost Rider.
In the comics Ghost Rider appeared in 1,000,000 BC. At that point of time the Ghost Rider’s alter ego had no name. As the concept of names didn’t exist in that era.
Forget about names, in that phase humans didn’t know how to speak or make sounds. They recognised each other by their faces and smell. However, there was a young boy who was different from everybody.
The boy was more intelligent than the other men in the pack. He could also speak unlike his fellow cave companions. But his uniqueness caused a mental barrier for him.
Life of the young boy takes a drastic turn of events when he meets a giant looking stranger who appears so big that he seems to be a mountain in himself.
The stranger, upon his arrival in the camp, takes charge of the camp by defeating the leader of the pack. Post the fight, the young boy discovers the stranger could also speak like him.
This created a connection between the two. The duo have few conversations about life and reality. But one fine day the stranger decides to kill everyone in the camp except for the boy.
After losing everything, the boy seeks for vengeance. He roams around like a ghost to find the stranger who made him a living ghost. In his journey of vengeance the boy encounters a deadly snake.
This encounter with viper becomes another pivotal point for the boy aka Ghost. Post this encounter the boy appears as a burning skeleton as he wishes to seek vengeance.
His storyline, origin and traits makes him a standout version of Ghost Rider. He’s an intelligent and unique being of his times.